2014 SEASON: Started all 21 games for NIU, beginning as a left back before moving to central midfield in conference play...finished her Huskie career with 60 consecutive starts dating back to the start of her sophomore season...One of three Huskies to start every match in 2014...scored two game-winning goals from the penalty spot: against Omaha (Sept. 5) and in double overtime at Toledo (Sept. 28)...also scored the first penalty kick in the shootout against Miami (Nov. 2) in the MAC Quarterfinals...had four points with 13 shot attempts.
2013 SEASON: Served as NIU's corner kick specialist and started all 20 games ... Led all non-goaltenders on the Huskies with 1640 minutes played ... Recorded two scores on the season, including a game-winning penalty shot against Kent State (Oct. 25) ... Added two assists to total six points on the year ... Attempted 11 shots, six heading for the goal.
2012 SEASON: Appeared and started in all 19 matches in the midfield ... Registered two goals and one assist for a total of five points ... Played 1,448 minutes on the pitch, including the total 90 against Central Michigan in the MAC Tournament (Oct. 28) ... Scored first career goal versus South Dakota (Sept. 16) ... Also notched an assist versus the Coyotes ... Converted a penalty kick for her second goal of the season to give the Huskies a 1-0 lead over CMU (Oct. 7) ... Played a season-high 98 minutes against the Chippewas.
2011 SEASON: Appeared in 18 contests, starting 11 in the midfield ... Tallied one helper ... Recorded 12 shots, three on target ... Registered first career assist versus Northern Iowa (Sept. 4) ... Took shots on frame against Loyola (Sept. 18), Buffalo (Oct. 7) and versus Eastern Michigan (Oct. 14).
NEUQUA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time all-conference selection ... Three-time letterwinner in soccer ... Team posted a record of 74-4-8 in three years ... Led team to two-undefeated conference championship seasons ... Also won a regional and sectional championship senior year ... Recorded 10 goals and 11 assists in her junior year, followed by an eight goal, five assist season as a senior.
ODP/CLUB: Played with the Chicago Fire juniors program ... Coached by Steve Berry.
PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS: Majoring in marketing ... Was on the high school honor roll freshman and junior years ... Volunteered service at St. Jude's Children Research Hospital during high school ... Lists Steve Nash, Jonathan Toews and Cristiano Ronaldo as athletes she admires ... Father, Kevin, played football at Cal Poly.